How to Trade with Every Team
Trading with Every Team in the NFL
We will show you how each team trades. What teams value more in positions or draft picks so you can always profit when trading with NFL teams.
Trading with the Baltimore Ravens:
The Ravens will trade away their players before their draft picks. However, their draft picks aren’t untouchable and with a little grease, you can get their picks without giving up the house. They have some older players that still have decent overalls and are easy to trade for – guys like Yanda, Suggs, and Weddle. Yes, they are older and are regressing while standing at the door of retirement but that won’t stop other teams from giving you strong picks and players for them allowing you to laugh your way to the bank.
You can even use these players to trade back to the Ravens in our Stack and Trade technique for Lamar Jackson. Go after their older players first and use them in other trades to upgrade key positions. Pad these players on trades for big named players or use them to rack in the draft picks.
Trading with the New England Patriots:
The Patriots are one of the most fun teams to trade with and can rack
you in massive profits if you do it right. You can get their draft
picks, Brady, and a bunch of other players on their team with ease.
They will pretty much give you players and or picks with a MLB 67
overall and above. Trade for Brady with a Green interest MLB, yellow
interest HB and a 1st to a 3rd 2019. They will now need a QB, trade
them a QB for their guard – Shaq Mason – and take Hightower, Trey Flowers,
and anyone else you can get your hands on. They will almost upgrade
your entire team for the next 70 years by how much they will give away.
Trading with the Dallas Cowboys:
The Cowboys love to trade for TE’s so keep this in mind when trading
with them. Also, they have an interest in HB’s like most teams do and
will trade favorably if you use the right ones for the right players
of picks. They trade away Sean Lee for almost nothing and Eziekel
Elliot. You should go after one or both of those players with ok TE’s
that show (Green) high interest and then go after their first round
2019 draft pick. The reason you should go in this order is that after
you trade for Elliot or Sean Lee it will leave a big gap on that team
due to their high overall and cause the team to overpay for that same
position if you offer a player back of that same position. Even if the
player of the same position isn’t very good.
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